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Old 10-16-2012, 11:34 AM   #15
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Great Job!! When can you do mine? That is great really a nice looking job. Your old Pump should be a "Demand" type. Just turn on the switch, it should run until the pressure builds up, then shut off. If it continues to run either the pump is bad or you have a leak.

If it runs again after a while with no water being used, you have a leak of some type or the pump is allowing the pressure to leak back. Again a new pump will be required to fix it.

Again that is a great job on the flooring, really looks great!

No Joe, it never ends, when you own a motor home, or should I say an RV of any type, you have to be, an electrician, a plumber, a carpenter, a mechanic, and if you are none of these, you must have DEEP pockets, with LOTS of Cash

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No Joe, it never ends, when you own a motor home, or should I say an RV of any type, you have to be, an electrician, a plumber, a carpenter, a mechanic, and if you are none of these, you must have DEEP pockets, with LOTS of Cash

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Pockets need not be as deep as those of a boat owner of simjilar size and complexity, however!
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Old 10-16-2012, 09:57 PM   #17
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Yea you are right. The pump was bad
I added a new demand pump today
And it works good. Only kicks on when I open a faucet. The old one pumped but never stopped. While I was in there I also changed all four water
Vavles with the 1/4 turn type. One was leaking so I figured change them all.
Next project is build a chest of drawers for bedroom.we removed the chair next to the bed for the new carpet and realized we don't like it there so now its gone there's room for the chest
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